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Roberto Carlos

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Puedes Llegar Performers of Puedes Llegar, Roberto Carlos, Jose Luis Rodriguez, Patricia Sosa 04:13
Cóncavo y Convexo (O Côncavo e o Convexo) Roberto Carlos 03:07
Chegaste Roberto Carlos, Jennifer Lopez 03:56
Fera Ferida Roberto Carlos 05:05
Detalles (Detalhes) Roberto Carlos 05:07
É Preciso Saber Viver Roberto Carlos 03:28
Cama y Mesa Roberto Carlos 03:17
É Preciso Saber Viver Roberto Carlos 03:22
Furdúncio Roberto Carlos 03:45
Do Fundo do Meu Coração Roberto Carlos 05:41

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Roberto Carlos at Kia Forum (June 21, 2024)
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Best-selling pop singer-songwriter Roberto Carlos Braga (April 19, 1941), simply known as Roberto Carlos, has had a long career at the pinnacle of Brazilian show business with many hit records, television appearances, and movies. He was part of the youth movement known as Jovem Guarda (Young Guard) in Brazil in the 1960s along with Erasmo Carlos, starred in Beatles-inspired feature films, and hosted a popular television show. As he matured, he became a more romantic artist and achieved international fame with songs recorded by artists such as Caravelli, Ray Conniff, and Julio Iglesias. Born in the town of Cachoeiro do Itapemirim in southeastern Brazil, he lost part of his right leg in a train accident when he was 6 years old but learned to play piano and guitar and performed locally while still young. A hero of the youth movement, he wrote and recorded his own songs with several hits and presented shows on national television. Besides breaking sales records in his native Brazil, all of his string-laden, self-titled LPs from the late 80s managed to enter the Top 10 of Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart. Among other releases, “Sonrie” (1990) peaked at Number 2, and both “Pajaro Herido” (1991) and “Super Herói” (1992) reached Number 7. Over the course of the next few decades, “The King of Latin Music” remained as relevant as ever, winning a Latin Grammy for the song “Esse Cara Sou Eu” in 2013 and collaborating with established pop artists such as Jennifer López (“Llegaste”) and Alejandro Sanz (“Esa Mujer”) on 2018’s Amor Sin Límite.